An IT employee at Florida's Department of Citrus was arrested after mining the agency's computers for cryptocurrencies.
The Amazon has been labeled as "home to irreplaceable and threatened biodiversity."
California's lieutenant governor has slammed President Donald Trump's visit to the state Tuesday, which includes a stop at border wall prototypes, and charged that he has turned the nation's Immigration and Customs Enforcement into his "own personal army of hate."
An Alabama sheriff allegedly used taxpayer money allotted for feeding jail inmates to purchase a $740,000 home, according to a local report that revealed an abuse in funds.
Americans increasingly support how Trump has sought to defuse tensions with North Korea, a new poll found.
The clergyman held a cell phone over the top of a bathroom stall at an Ipswich shopping center.
The former U.S. ambassador to Panama, whose last day was Friday, said his tipping point that led him to resign was President Donald Trump's comments over white supremacy during the deadly Charlottesville attacks
At least 38 people are dead following a US-Bangla Airlines plane crash at the Kathmandu airport in Nepal.
"The notion that any new mission statement would reflect a lack of commitment to fair housing is nonsense," Carson told staffers in an email.
Powerful quotes from the United Nations on International Women's Day.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson is reportedly changing its agency's mission statement and removing language promising Americans "inclusive communities."
A Brussels court ruled that the man violated the officer's "dignity" and fined him nearly €3,000.
Millennials are more likely to fall victim to online scams than older adults in a surprising picture that reveals even in the age of technology and media—and the accessibility of information—older generations have fewer incidences of scamming.
The number of children admitted to hospitals and pediatric ICUs for opioid-related cases rose from 797 patients between 2004 and 2007, to 1,504 patients between 2012 and 2015.
An Indiana transgender man with Mexican citizenship—who challenged a federal appeals court—will not be able to forge ahead with his suit and legally change his name, because he is not a U.S. citizen.
A Quebec court judge served a 43-year-old mother a 20-month sentence for infanticide this week.
"He came at the tail end of the event," a witness said. "There was no opportunity" for Trump to actually stop the event.
Far-right leader French leader Marine Le Pen could face up to three years in prison after she was charged Thursday over 2015 tweets that showed brutal Islamic State photos, including a photo of slain American journalist James Foley.
Rodney Jaramillo says that Pueblo's deputies used "excessive force" on his brother, Joseph, who was being held for an opioid withdrawal.
"Imagine getting in a plane crash and having to get back on the same plane again and again and again and being expected to learn and act like nothing's wrong," David Hogg, a senior from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, told NBC News.